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CHRISTMAS IN THE CHURCHES.…

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LLYSFAEN.

RHYL.

RHUDDLAN.

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RHUDDLAN. THE PARISH CHURCH.- Services next Sun- day:—10 a.m., Welsh; 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Eng- lish. CHRISTMAS DAY.—The services at church were bright and numerously attended A large number communicated. The cast end was nicely decorated, the flowers being sent by Mr Maxwell, THE BAPTISTS.—-Special services were held a.t the Baptist Chapel on Christmas Day, the special preachers including a lady. The Rev. Benjamin Evans, the pastor of the church, has gone on a visit to South Wales. FUNERAL. The funeral of Mr Robert Hughes took place on Thursday afternoon. Tho Rev. T. W. Vaughan (vicar) officiated at the house and the graveside, and there was a large attend- ance of mourners and friends. The chief mourn- ers were: Mr W. Stanley Hughcs (son), Mr R. Eyton Hughes (son), Carnarvon: Master Hart- well Hughes (son), Mr R. P. Davies (son-in-law), Birmingham: Mrs Ellris Ellis (sister-in-law), Llan- dderfel. Among those present were: Rev D. Jones (C.A-L minister), Messrs R. C. Enyon, J.P., W. Morr's, J.P. (TIendro), J. 0. Hughes, W. E. Bentley Jones, Thomas Roberts (Pen- gwern), D. Jones (The Abbey), Llew. Lloyd (Ffordd Cricin), D. Wookca (stiatiorimastcr), Thomas Ellis, D. Davies, J. Gardener, R. Price, R. J. Jones, W. T. Jones, William Williams, Wm. Parry, Bernard Parry, B. Jones, W. J. Jones (goods agent), Robert Roberts, Gabriel Hughes, — Barnett (senr.), H. Barnett, Roger Hughes, T. Roach, Thomas Roberts (Parliament- street), John Edwards, Jos. Roberts, Edwards (Gwyndy), P. E. Jones (schoolmaster), I. Row- lands (solicitor, Rhyl). — Williams (The Station), J. Bliinston, Edward Evans, T. Davies (New Inn, who also officiated at the organ at the service), Robert Evans (Pcnybont), J. Parry, T. OWOTI, Mrs Lawrence, etc. The Phoenix Lodge of Druids were ako represented. Among the wreaths sent were some from the following:— Tho widow and sons. Miss Wvnno (Ealing, Lon- don), Rev. T. W. and Mrs Vaughan, Mr and Mrs R. P. Davios (Birmingham). RENT AUDIT.-ne rent audit dinner of the Bodrhyddan Estate takes- plaoc this (Thursday) evening, and a report will appear in next week's "Pioneer." THE NATIONAL SCHOOLS. On Friday afternoon the diocesan cer- tificates, gained in the examination held by tho Dioceran Inspector, together with the awards and prizes for regular at- tendance, given by the County Council, were distributed. The Rev. T. W. Vaughan, vicar, id,e<t and the c,rtificates and prizes prc" presented by Miss Roberts, Abbey House. The chl'??ixon -;i--ng very swectly ,i,veral &o?-gs, Mast--r Simpson playing the accompaniments. At the close Mies Roberts fa d a few words to ths children, expressing her pleasure at their clean and bright appearance and good behaviour, and heartily wished them every success. Adda-esses were also given by the Vicar and Mr J. Roberts, who congratulated the winners upon their suc- cess, and the teachers upon the good results of their labours. Both the infants and th3 mixed school had passed, an excellent examination in Scripture. A hearty vote of thanks was passed on the mot:on of Mr Jos. Roberts, and seconded by the Vicar, to Miss Roberts for her presence and kindness in givng away the prizes. The awards were as follows:- Scripture Certificates.—Mixed School:—Black Ivy Profit, Annie Williams Jones, Maggie Ann Davies, Nellie Gratfcon, Sarah M. Roberts, Adeline Jane Williarrfs, Gladys Williams, Elwy Davies. Green: Gwennie Jones, Isabel Frost, Alice Gratton, Annie M. Jones, Madoc Thomp- son, Thomas Spencer Jones, Willie Morgan, Thomas Williams, Willie Thompson. Blue: Annie Hughes, Mary Owen, Donald Ellis. Red Harry Griffiths, David Roberts, Molly Bentley Jonos, Olwen Farry. Gold: Gwilym Jones, Thomas Edward Morgan. Honours: Cecil Ben- nett, Gwilvm Griffiths, (,Iia,rl-os FAiw,-rd Jonf-- Harold D Arthur Frost, Mabel FAwar(it, av Nana. Jones, Mollie Roberts, Maggie Alice Ro- berts, Gwladys Jones. Recommended for a prize Arthur Frost, Winrric Devey, Emily Davios Insfants'. Schcx;l:-May Roberts, Walter Frost, Willie Garrod, Robert Edward Lyne, Albert Frost, Katie Devey, Thomas U. H. Williams, Maggie Smith, Vera Thompson, Arthur Paling, Robert Jones, Harry Gill, Gwen Ingleby, Octavia Jonea, Alice Da vies. Attendance Re warxls. -Mixed Seliool:-S.,x years' perfect attendance (silver medal and book prize), Winnie Devey, Cecil Bennett; three years' perfect attendance (bronze medal and book prize), Reg_ l?Lrinett. Wiil,*4o Morgan; two yeaxs, hthel 'e Frost; one year, J. AU,,m Morris; 98 per cent., William Edward Jones, Isabel Frost, Alice Bam- bar, Olwen Parry, John B. Jones, Harry Griffiths, Harold Davies, Willie Jones; 95 per oent., Gwennie Jones, Alma Price, Nellie Gratton, Myra. Bamber, Gladys Hughes, NeUio Wynne, Jennie Morris, Florrie Roberts, A. M. Gratton, A. W. Jones, Susie Wynne, Spencer Jones, May Frances Williams, Arthur Ellis Hughes, Peter Jones, Sam Hayes, William Edward Roberts, Gwilym Griffiths, Hartweil Hughes, Maggie A. Roberts. Infants: Two years' perfect attendance, Albert Frost (bock), Katie Devey (book) one year, Robert Penty Jones (book); 98 per cent., Walter Frxxst, Margaret Frost, Horace Bennett; 95 per cent., A Lee Davies, Gwen Ingleby, Gwilym Williams, Jis ph Morris, Gwilym Hughes.

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